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Enjoy a week off and lets look towards Buffalo

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Its time to move on now people, i admit i am one of the first ones to harp on a loss and i also admit last nights loss left me with a real sick feeling Theres no point dwelling on ...

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Old 10-14-2013, 04:35 PM   #1
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Enjoy a week off and lets look towards Buffalo

Its time to move on now people, i admit i am one of the first ones to harp on a loss and i also admit last nights loss left me with a real sick feeling
Theres no point dwelling on this loss anymore, just think....that was how the bucs felt when we did the exact same thing to them in week 2, it sucks if your on the wrong side but hey thats football.

Now lets enjoy a week off, all you people that are like me and hate close games, this is the chance to get your blood pressure down to a normal level and not have to stress about how we play.

Im glad we are playing buffalo at home, their stadium can get bad weather and real loud at the right times
Buffalo are a little bit of an unknown, EJ manuel is out so they have a undrafted rookie starting i believe, fred jackson and CJ spiller however are dangerous and pretty much buffalos version of PT and sproles

Id like to believe the coaching staff and offense can build on the running game we found in NE
Although i think we are a better team with Harper on our D, i have to say rafael bush is guy that stand out whenever he plays, that dude can hit

As an offense, we need to not rely on jimmy so much, lets get stills some looks, lets not be so predictable with our formations and play calls, lets open up colston abit because he has been invisible and force their QB into some bad decisions

I really like our D people, hope i didnt bore you all too much
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Old 10-14-2013, 04:39 PM   #2
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Re: Enjoy a week off and lets look towards Buffalo

Great post dizzle. I agree that it is time to move on even though Greer should have covered the corner of the endzone .

I read that EJ is making a quick recovery and might be ready for our game. And C.J. Spiller can make life miserable. It should be a good game but I don't see them running with the Saints for long.

We only have 2 weeks to discuss it so let's hurry.
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Old 10-14-2013, 04:48 PM   #3
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Re: Enjoy a week off and lets look towards Buffalo

I agree dizzle! I'll tell you one thing... That Kiko Alonso kid on the Bills seems to be a heck of a player. Plus, Mario Williams and Marcel Dareus will give our O-Line a real challenge unlike the other teams we've faced so far. I'm not worried about their offense, but you never know.
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Old 10-14-2013, 04:58 PM   #4
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I agree dizzle! I'll tell you one thing... That Kiko Alonso kid on the Bills seems to be a heck of a player. Plus, Mario Williams and Marcel Dareus will give our O-Line a real challenge unlike the other teams we've faced so far. I'm not worried about their offense, but you never know.
Thats right i forgot about kiko, he has like 4 picks in 5 weeks, brees needs to know where he is

The good news is we have two weeks, time for our O line to get healthy, we need to dominate the line of scrimmage to get our running game going

Expect us to give our RT some help against mario williams, expect to see plenty of RB's chipping the DE's
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Old 10-14-2013, 05:02 PM   #5
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Buffalo game is interesting. It could very well be a trap game as we start the toughest part of our season the very next week. It also could be one of those games where we but up 50 and have lots of swagger going into the next 4 games. It is games exactly like this one that the Saints seem to lay and egg, most recently it has been against the Rams, but it seems like every season we **** the bed in a game that we should have won handily. If this happens it could be rough for morale going forward;
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Old 10-14-2013, 09:58 PM   #6
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Two weeks to stew over the Pats game, back in for a home game for the first time in 4 weeks. It's gonna be bonkers in that Dome. I am so stoked that I am going to be there (but not stoked over that damn escalator to the top level, I had a little bit of a freakout last time I rode that stupid thing).
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They have some weapons. Spillers, Jackson, Stevie Johnson and Robert Woods. EJ Manuel isn't that bad but Thad Lewis looked damn good yesterday. We have to come and play because Buffalo has the pieces to best us if we come out flat.
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If EJ Manuel can't play, then Flynn (just signed) might start. They dont like Tuel, Kolb got hurt while walking on a rubber mat (then cut I believe) and Leinart got shown the door after 4 days. Their RBs are good but how long can they afford to run the ball? Their FS has yet to play this year. He says he's not ready to play but he wants to be the highest paid at that position. That situation can't be helping. Marrone likes the idea of an up-tempo offense but the Bills go 3 and out in 45 sec, then the D has to try to hold on. That's the 2013 Bills.
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Thad Lewis had a foot?
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Payton could learn a lot by watching this Pats game rewind a time or six. These will be the games we will be playing in the playoffs.

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